Category Archives: R&D

  1. Lifetime Guarantee


    November 19, 2012 by rnoowcc

    “Roll Up – Ladies and Gentleman, come and see the only knife you will ever need in your life”. I …
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  2. Marrying in a Virtual World

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    August 30, 2012 by rnoowcc

    Coming from a Unix, Lotus Notes and Java world I have always realised that there are more considerations when writing …
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  3. Have you got a “killer app” idea?


    May 16, 2012 by Kate Sahota

    Our applications architect and chief strategist, Jim Morton, has spent a considerable amount of time locked in a dark room …
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  4. Applications Strategy Projects On The Go


    September 7, 2010 by Jim Morton

    There have been many terrible excuses in history, examples including the unlikely:  “I thought a duck island would fall well …
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  5. Data Visualisation


    May 24, 2010 by James Smith

    There are many processes within ICT that require data from the architecture including areas like technology refresh, day-to-day incident management …
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  6. Open Data: Building the tools to help you Hack Warwickshire.


    February 26, 2010 by Jim Morton

    In the last month or so we have shamelessly used the iPhone project as a way of kicking off the …
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  7. The next infrastructure R&D project

    September 9, 2009 by James Smith

    So far we have been looking into the concept of cloud computing, both public and private, and how this approach …
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  8. Second Round of R&D Projects

    August 20, 2009 by James Smith

    Having completed the first phase of R&D – See here for Wiki updates – the next round of projects have …
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  9. First round of New R&D projects

    August 10, 2009 by Jim Morton

    As promised we have kicked off the new R&D work today an a glittering showbiz style carnival of song and …
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  10. New R&D Work Starting Next Week

    August 5, 2009 by Jim Morton

    After the roaring success of the conceptual applications R&D work (street parades, honours from the palace etc), the powers that …
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